Best Creative Tourism Short and Long Article
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The World Tourism Fair, which took place from March 16 to 19, 2023 in Paris, hosted 3 conferences led by the Creative Tourism Network® (CTN), as well as the announcement of French destinations labeled Creative Friendly, and the winners of the Creative Tourism Awards. The opening session, entitled “Creative Tourism: France’s Know-How”, highlighted French destinations […]
“The Tourism Sector Committee must be revitalized, with two priorities: consultation and adaptation to the challenges of the sector” insisted the French Minister for Tourism, Olivia Grégoire, on November 9, 2022 in Bercy. Training, professionalization and employment are the spearheads of sustainable tourism development strategies. Creative tourism meets these objectives. Indeed, the co-creation of experiences, […]
Tunisia was one of the leading destinations of the World Tourism Fair, which took place from 16 to 19 March in Paris. Tunisia is back in the spotlight, presenting a sustainable tourism aimed at diversifying the offer through the development of natural, cultural and intangible heritage. The Culinary Route of Tunisia is one of these […]
The jury of the 9th edition of the Creative Tourism Awards, composed of experts in tourism, marketing and creative industries, has selected the Economic Tourism and Know-How Week (Semaine du Tourisme économique et des savoir-faire) as the best strategy for the development of creative tourism in 2023. This initiative, supported by the Brittany region’s tourist […]
The winners of the Creative Tourism Awards 2023 were unveiled on Friday 17 March at the Paris World Tourism Fair, the must-attend event for professionals and enthusiasts. This rich list of winners testifies to the vitality of creative tourism around the world and to the profound changes taking place in the travel industry. Created […]
On the occasion of Cannes joining the Creative Tourism Network®, Laure Toma-Auneau, Director of Leisure Tourism, presents this innovative approach which aims to show another side of the city, more human and creative. Cannes is traditionally associated with luxury tourism. How did this strategy to develop a more authentic and like-a-local tourism […]
As part of the 46th edition of the World Tourism Fair in Paris, the Creative Tourism Network® has announced the addition of Cannes to its network, awarding the city the label of “Creative Friendly Destination”. With this, the City of Cannes hopes to implement a new ecosystem which will benefit the entire population and the […]
Anduze village, a gateway to the Cévennes mountains (south of France), endowed with a strong cultural identity, shares a vision of tourism with destinations as diverse as Cannes (France), Barcelos (Portugal), the Iles de la Madeleine (Quebec ), Essaouira (Morocco), Barcelona, Recife (Brazil) or Medellín (Colombia) – to name but a few, among the members […]
Gabrovo is both a town and a region with hundreds of years of history and culture, located in the “heart” of Bulgaria, not only because of its central geographical position, but because it is a place of productivity, pulsating with energy since its inception. According to local legend, the village, founded by a blacksmith, took […]
Plastic arts, music, ancestral crafts… Essaouira’s many assets provide a framework for local actors to collaborate in the creation of creative tourism experiences that meet the demand of new generations of travelers looking for authenticity and human values. They also participate in the creation of an ecosystem between artists, artisans, creative industries, the tourism and […]
Medellín, recognised as a “Creative Friendly Destination” by the Creative Tourism Network®, created its municipality-wide creative tourism network at the end of 2022. This initiative is the result of an alliance between the Medellín City Council and the Antioquia Technology Centre (CTA), which aims to provide technical assistance, generate knowledge transfer, and create spaces for […]
The winners of the Creative Tourism Awards 2022 have just been unveiled!
Created by the World Creative Tourism Network®, these awards aim to honor outstanding works in the journalism and media area in general, that focus on creative tourism all around the world, and through different ways.
Tourism has evolved considerably in recent years, and journalists, reporters, and communicators are the best guarantors of these changes. This is why the Creative Tourism Network® wants to reward all those who have had the curiosity, audacity, and generosity to deal with creative tourism from all angles!
The jury of the Creative Tourism Media Awards, composed of international experts in media, tourism, and creative economy, elected the winners among quite a hundred applications, allocated in different categories, among them: Best Article, Best Travel Report, Best Video Documentary, Best Promotional spot or campaign, Best Blog (post), Best podcast/radio program.
The main criteria were the innovative vision and the sensitivity for human and community-based tourism. High-level professionals, from the USA, Brazil, the U.K., Croatia, Austria, Italy, Luxembourg, and Catalonia, stood out for their talent and creative eye on sustainable tourism!
The director of the Creative Tourism Network®, Caroline congratulated these brilliant professionals “who highly contribute to accelerating the changing mindsets towards more human and virtuous tourism.”